"It takes ages to finish a quilt you're not working on!"

Friday, August 28, 2015

Bird quilt for Avicultural Society

This quilt was made specifically for the Avicultural Society of Australia, to raffle at their Convention Dinner in September.  We hadn't planned on going to the dinner, but have now booked in to go, as I am interested to see who wins the raffle, and will be buying tickets myself in the hope of winning it, lol!  I am really pleased with it, and of course I can always make another one, as I still have the bird photos on file, and it was easy enough to print them on to those inkjet fabric sheets (the person who invented those deserves a medal). I still have to put the label on the back, naming the photographer who allowed me to use his photos, and my name as the quilt maker.
I showed the quilt to the Society meeting this week, and got a very positive response from the members.  The editor of their magazine took photos and is going to publish them in the next issue.  Five minutes of fame, lol!


3 comments:

Jane Galley said...

Glad it turned out well, I'm sure it will get a lot of interest

Selina B said...

beautiful quilt! technology is a wonderful thing when it works!
those hankies from the previous post were beautiful also, so delicate, hope they find a good home

thanx for sharing

Shawne Roach said...

You have done a wonderful job on this. Thanks for sharing.